Last month we had visitors...and not just any visitors but FAMILY! My parents, aka Granddaddy and Mama T, my grandmother, who I call Nanny but the twins call Grand-Nan, and my Aunt Sue.
My parents come to visit us at least once a year but this was the first time Grand-Nan and Aunt Sue had come out. In fact, it turns out it was a life-long dream of Grand-Nan's to come to Los Angeles. A dream she NEVER MENTIONED! Yeah...sorta a shame she kept that to herself all these years. I mean, we could have made that dream come true a long time ago! And often! Oh well, better late than never I suppose and so in September my 91 year old grandmother came to Hollywood for the first time
Sadly, I didn't think to take blog-worthy photos so I've had to do some creative cropping in order to give you a sample of their visit.
|Naturally, we had to show Grand-Nan the Hollywood Sign.|
|And Santa Monica Beach|
|There was some sort of trapeze group meeting at the beach that day so Grand-Nan and Aunt Sue got an eye-full of that craziness.|
|We also spent an afternoon wandering around Beverly Hills and Rodeo Drive. Here is Grand-Nan pondering Prada's Fall collection.|
|But mainly we just stayed home and played with The Twins. They LOVED all the attention and hugs. Finally, they had a house full of people who would play peek-a-boo and "where's my nose?" with them!|
|Baby Girl sharing secrets with her Granddaddy|
|Baby Boy studying the life aquatic with his Mama T|
|Aunt Sue learning the rules of the water table, "What happens at water table STAYS at water table."|
Over all it was an amazing (and too brief!) visit. One that I never thought would happen. The twins are truly blessed to be loved by so many people.